I'm sorry to hear about your situation. There are many unanswered questions here. You would have a case for malpractice if a medical expert would state in writing that certain treatment fell below the accepted standard of care and that you were harmed as a result. Please feel free to call me if you would like to discuss the facts of your potential claim, your insurance and treatment issues, and the legal process involved.
I hope your symptoms improve.
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Medical malpractice cases are very complex and fact specific cases. A proper analysis of the facts in your particular case can not possibly be done adequately through this website. I would suggest you contact a medical malpractice attorney who can sit down and review your medical history with you. Good luck.
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It is difficult to give an accurate evaluation of your case based on the limited information provided. You should find an experienced medical malpractice lawyer and call for a consultation.
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I'm sorry to hear about this, and you should have a local med mal lawyer order all your medical records and bills and send to an expert to review to ascertain whether there was a breach of the standard of care.
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First - I'm sorry for what's happened. I understand the how difficult it can be to deal with the hospitals and doctors when they won't accept insurance. Second, it seems like you may have case moving forward, but without knowing the specifics it's hard to say. Your best course of action is to gather up any and all medical records you have and meet with an attorney. Most, like myself, offer free consultations. It's simply a matter of reaching out (email, phone or whatever method you prefer) and setting up a time to meet in person.
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